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Ospreys 17-6 Toulouse

After a week where Dan Biggar's future as Wales' outside-half has been the talking point of Welsh rugby, the Ospreys number ten did his international chances no harm this afternoon.

He knocked up twelve points with the boot, in a match where French giants Toulouse looked unusually jaded.

The Ospreys needed a win to keep their hopes of a quarter-final spot alive, one victory in this season's Heineken Cup the only thing they had to crow about.

But Toulouse indiscipline was to let them down at the Liberty Stadium...two yellow cards and left with fourteen men on sixty minutes...they couldn't stop Eli Walker cracking the defence and scoring a crucial try to give the Ospreys some hope of reaching the last eight.

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Cardiff Blues make two late changes to line-up

The Blues have made two late changes ahead of this evening's game against Montpellier with Lou Reed and Marc Breeze withdrawing from the squad

Macauley Cook moves from the bench to start in the second row for tonight's Heineken Cup match against Montpellier instead of Reed.

Luke Hamilton moves onto the bench at number 19 in his place. Marc Breeze leaves the bench and is replaced by Kristian Dacey at 16.

Another Olympic award for Jade Jones

Jade Jones, GB Taelwondo's first ever Olympic gold medallist Credit: ITV News Wales

GB Taelwondo's first ever Olympic gold medallist Jade Jones has had another memorable week after she received an award as taekwondo's Olympic athlete of the year.

It completed a hat-trick of honours for the Manchester based 19-year-old who modestly dedicated her award to coach Paul Green.

"I couldn't have done it without PG," smiled the London 2012, -57kg champion. "But even though I have a gold medal, the hard work is still to come.

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